Sunday, September 28, 2014

Collection Sale

Sadly the time has come where I must part with my collection. I've been collecting for the past 18 years and save for a few pieces, it needs to go. Most of them are made of latex and a few are made of burlap. Many of them have been out of production and some are quite rare. Most of these masks are display copies, meaning they have never had the eye holes or mouth holes cut out. I have never worn any of these masks, I merely keep them for display. They have been cared for well, dusted, kept in a temperature controlled room, and do not see sunlight.

Over the next few months I will be selling them on ebay and several mask forums. If you would like to follow me on ebay my username is cornreaper. If you see any masks you are interested in or have questions, feel free to contact me at arcane@behindtherowsstudio.com.

Who made all these masks? Here's a list of the artists: Darkside Studio, Death Studios, Nightowl Productions, Twisted Toybox, Devil's Workshop, Scarecrow 1138, Alter Ego Dezines, Cemetery Gate Productions, Fearscape Studios, DWN Productions, The Brothers Rich FX, The Creature Cabin, Nightstalker Productions, IDX Studios, Hauntatorium Studios, Jon Fuller, Midnight Studios FX, Horror Factory, Bump in the Night Productions, Graverobber Studios.
Here are pics of my collection.



Thursday, July 17, 2014

Nightbreed Reunion

Another horror convention is in the books, but this one was more than I was expecting. I was at Days of the Dead in Indianapolis for a special Nightbreed Reunion. This was the first major event that I could sport my new Dr. Decker costume and I was excited as ever. The cast was incredibly nice just as I had hoped. It was fun to hear them recall their time working on the movie.

This is a killer shot of the Nightbreed cast and myself as Dr. Decker; one of those "right place at the right time" moments.
























More pics from the show.





Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Trespassers Beware!

Just finished this piece up and have to say I'm quite proud of this one. The skulls are life-sized and are in different stages of decay. I built the spear from scratch...it's made of wood and iron barbs and pierces through both skulls. The spear is firmly attached to the wood base, which is distressed to compliment the crude look of the entire piece.

                                           






Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Published!


An article I wrote about my Dr. Decker costume is featured in this month's issue of Horrorhound! Plus look who made it on the cover! All smiles here. I'm very thankful for the opportunity. This should be hitting the shelves any day now.







Wednesday, January 15, 2014

To Bring About The End



This is "Apocalypse", a voodoo doll from our Harbinger of Death series. I'll admit, part of me wants to keep this guy for my own collection, but alas he is up on our Etsy store.

Monday, December 30, 2013

Book of the Dead Display Stand

Here's a custom book stand I just finished for a customer. They are made so the skull can be removed and displayed separately if chosen. The hands are reinforced with 12 guage heavy duty steel wire and will support a book/grimoire of considerable size and weight.








Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas Boils and Ghouls

Be sure to check the chimney before checking your stockings!



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